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Animal-assisted therapy

By M. Stanley-Hermanns, J. Miller

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Date 2002
Publication Title American Journal of Nursing
Volume 102
Issue 10
Pages 69-76
ISBN/ISSN 0002-936X (Print) 0002-936X (Linking)
Language eng
Author Address College of Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Texas, Tyler, USA. mhermanns@mail.uttyl.edu
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